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CSPAN
Jul 3, 2013 7:30pm EDT
transparency. is the author of how american healthcare killed my father and how we can fix it. he graduated from harvard university and holds a master's in history from new york university. to start our discussion this evening, i will ask both of our to state in four-five what the central arguments are for why health care is so dysfunctional and whether or not medicare is the solution to this function. still thinkall, i the coin flip should be two out of three, but i will start anyway. [laughter] banks hit -- thanks to manhattan institute for hosting us tonight. it has been great fun to have this conversation with you. as many people in the audience know, 1965, medicare and medicaid were enacted. thecidentally in that year, pcp 8 was introduced. it cost a mere $19,000, which was a tremendous amount of money in 1965. the average american spent about $200 on health care that year. let's fast-forward a bit. let's fast-forward to today. everybody in this room is carrying a box much smaller, much more powerful than that pcp 8. there are about 1.5 billion smart phones on earth, at an average cost
FOX News
Jun 29, 2013 1:30pm PDT
confirming it's gearing up to use n.f.l. and other sports to promote healthcare. it's to get healthy young americans to sign up for coverage so it will offset the cost of sicker people. one problem, report may not be price may not be right. young people said i would rather pay the fine for not having healthcare than to support all these people who are sick and using healthcare. >> they are going to advertise. when a private company contingencies a service, that is called promotion. when a government does it to advertise a coercive law that violates right that is propaganda. obama's goal has been socialized medicine especially for young people that have to pull out all the stops. 1% of your income or these ads that appeal to authority. i don't like obamacare but lebron thinks it's cool, maybe i should reconsider? weak. >> eric: major league baseball and celebrities like yourself to tout obamacare, any kind of promotion like that can't be that good? >> the whole idea of coercing healthy people to subs subsidize unhealthy people. you are penalizing and somebody that is living an unhealthy lif
FOX News
Jul 1, 2013 1:00pm PDT
>> neil: wonder why i stay in my suit when i work out? why work out when the new healthcare won't give me a break. attention all you health nuts. you're nuts. haven't your heard? fat is where it's at and fat chance you're going to get a bring with the new healthcare exchanges coming soon. while you're trying to keep the pounds off, get ready to pay a lot more. according to analysis in the wall street journal, up to three times more for 40-year-old nonspoker paying $63 a month for coverage, try 193 smackers under the new exchanges. meanwhile, guys like me who aren't into this whole healthy thing, our increase? virtually nothing. now, that's change i can believe in. what about you? no wonder why my next guest is having fits. a pediatric urologist. i'm sure you saw a lot of this coming but it's going to be a wakeup call and a news alert to a lot of folks trying to do everything you tell them they should be doing. they're going to pay more for the privilege. what do you make of that? >> absolutely. i think that what we're going to see is the beginning of a lot of surprises. it's sti
SFGTV2
Jul 3, 2013 2:30pm PDT
, quality of healthcare since the beginning. the foundation's sole mission is to improve the care and comfort of patients at the general. that mission continues today. and as we expand into the recognition of world renown research and training excellence, that takes place in the hospital's campus each day, the hospital is the hub of cutting edge medical research and is the training, real of meeting for tomorrow's healthcare providers the union bank support of the foundation we are working to secure the future of healthcare in our communities. i'm proud to introduce the final award des who are prime examples of quality, excellence and leadership, and we see in the hospital each and everyday. with 22 years of combined experience at the general, oncology resource workers carolyn land and rashel oakland help canner patient and their families cope with this debill at a timing distance with grace and compassion. years of navigating the patient population of the complex system of coverage and healthcare these women work to meet each individual's needs and carol helped one young famil
MSNBC
Jul 1, 2013 8:00pm PDT
, the ability to get basic healthcare. how politics can hurt real people coming up. >>> but we begin with this photos, the governor signing into law a state budget that shows abortion laws in the country. it's an image to grow to photos of old white mean taking away the reproductive choices of young american women. the buildup proposed a nationwide abortion of 20 weeks and there is the all witness male panel on contraception coverage under ocho bar ma care and the classic president bush in 2003 signing the partial birth bill surrounded by dudes. on sunday night john kasich placed himself firmly in that tradition asking abortion providers to provide an ultrasound on any woman wanting an abortion and inform the patient if a fatal heart beat is found and ask the woman if she would like to hear it. it reprioritizes funding and drastic cuts for family planning group and cuts budgets for rape victim clinics. think about that, you're a rape victim, walk into a rape crisis center and the counselor cannot talk about abortion with you at the risk of cutting off the funding for the organization
MSNBC
Jun 30, 2013 1:00pm PDT
if this happens, thousands and thousands of women will not have access to reproductive healthcare. >> she is forgetting about the thousands of women would want an informed choice. >> it is not a choice. women should be forced to have an ultra sound if they don't want one? >> the eyes of texas, the eyes of the country are watching. >> she didn't come from particularly good circumstances. >> it really isn't for him it make statements like that. >> it is just unfortunate that she hasn't learn fed her own example. >> i think it demeans the office that hold. >> at what point must a female senator raise her hand or her voice to be recognized over the male colleagues in the room? >> all right. we've got a showdown in texas over the women's health. this is going on across our country. tomorrow at 2 okay p.m., governor rick perry will try once again to pass anti-choice senate bill 5 back into law. he brought lawmakers back for yet another special session. this all comes on the heels, or should i say running shoes, by state senator wendy davis. that halted perry's efforts and energized supp
SFGTV
Jun 28, 2013 5:00am PDT
of them related to the provision of healthcare and we think of that carefully, and there are new, features of the landscape with the national healthcare situation. and new york has done a program where they want out to bid for somebody that would help the taxi drivers negotiate the insurance exchanges in new york state. and there is potential for a healthcare reimbursement account that is sort of like a medical savings account which are for employees and a healthcare reimbursement account. and there is a possibility for helping to acquire the basic dental insurance. and one of my personal preferences will be to see some amount go to the drivers that have suffered the criminal assaults in order to give the time off to recover. and funeral benefit is another thing that the staff has put on this list and there are other things like that we can do but i think that all of those, of course, depend on how long that driver fund might last and at the rate of, you know, if we take 5,000 active drivers, and that completes 7 million does not go very far. >> and so, if it is going to be a continuing th
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2013 1:00am EDT
healthcare system. the ceo is one of the -- my point is not that we should get rid of all of governments involvement in healthcare. my point is, let's turn the safety net into a safety net. what we have now governs the medical economy in such a way that creates perverse incentives for stuff. people are suffering. we can look at low prices and say, it is about low prices. not if care is genuinely interest. people are taking -- not if people are taking too many drugs. but if they are doing it in an environment -- i saw it happen to my father, the type of sloppiness i would not expect anywhere else in our economy. since i have joined the board, what i am aware of is that they do not have the right discipline. they do not have the right accountability. i would like them to balance that. i do not think it is either or. we are just entertainers at the end of the day. [laughter] class keep entertaining the crowd. any other questions? >> the guy with the google glasses? >> are you sure you can interrupt yourself and talk to us? [laughter] [indiscernible] [laughter] >> one of the things [indiscer
Current
Jul 3, 2013 6:00am PDT
number three. jacki schechner doesn't know this yet but jacki's healthcare corner at the top of the hour. >> i was just about to message her. >> stephanie: obama administration delaying the mandate and what that's going to mean for you. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number. we were talking to van in texas about snowden and the patriot act. hello, van, go ahead. >> caller: okay. i just want to point out a fact that from my opinion it is fact they say they're trying to protect us from terrorism. well, that's a great idea! but let's look at the facts of what they actually have done. let's see russia tried to warn us about the boston marathon bombers. >> stephanie: wait, wait wait. hang on, van. they obviously didn't share everything with us. that was one of the other things that came out. you know, during the whole boston investigation. >> well, let's see. they've got all of our information and they're saying that they're protecting everybody. >> stephanie: but van, part of the -- part of the element of that is that sometimes the russians want us to spy on chechnyans here for them. and so there
KICU
Jun 27, 2013 7:00pm PDT
an on time balanced budget for california. >> ken pritchard reports from the capital, and how healthcare received the most out of this budget. >> a public signing of a budget. >> it is usually a good sign. >> it is a big day for schoolkids, a big day for californiians who don't have healthcare or adequate healthcare. >> more money targeting districts, k through 12. >> san francisco will see $300 more per student, other winners, $107 million to fund college students, $34 million to restore the adult dental care program and $206 million for mental health programs. >> governor brown signed a bill that expands medical coverage expanding coverage to president obama's plan. >> while some celebrate medical expansion, the hope that past medical were dashed. >> that maybe enough to force the entire hospital in a rural hospital to shut its doors. >> with will hospital association, jewish home in san francisco may be forced to lay off staff because of cuts to medical reimbursement rates, this as more people will be on medical. >> more patients and fewer providers to care for them. >> governor brown
CBS
Jun 28, 2013 12:00pm PDT
, the pension contribution and the healthcare participation. >> reporter: so there are several sticking points. >> well, the economics are the sticking points. >> reporter: according to bart, its union employees earn an average of $134,000 a year in wages, overtime and benefits. they pay nothing for their pension and a flat rate of $92 per month for healthcare regardless of dependents. bart wants them to pay into their pensions and more for health insurance but is offering them a raise in exchange. the unions say it's not enough. >> the district is failing to negotiate in good faith. >> i'm not going to get into fair, unfair. we think it's fair bargaining and that's what we are hoping to continue so we can make progress. >> people need to contact the district and tell them stop playing games and get serious about negotiations. >> reporter: but riders are just worried about how they are going to get to work. >> it's going to cause a lot of problems so they need to think about their loyal customers, people that's been with bart dealing with bart for many years. >> obviously, it would be a very,
FOX News
Jun 27, 2013 1:00pm PDT
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CSPAN
Jun 30, 2013 7:00am EDT
. the president's health-care law, often referred to as obamacare, and the issue of contraceptives. "new yorkon the the times" website. the final rule issued a adopted a simple version the proposal -- concerns that the catholic church and those with religious objectives provide coverage for contraceptives. after considering four hundred thousand comments administration officials refused to budge on the basic principles. the will, they said, is there a similar to their proposal. exemption is included for churches. many catholic schools, hospitals, and universities will have to take steps so that coverage is available to employees and their dependents. we want to talk to you about this specific issue, the president's health-care law, and free contraceptives under the obamacare ruling. the issue is continuing to spark controversy among democrats is and republicans, including this but pat robertson of kansas, who delivered his response to the president's week the address. [video clip] >> health care as you know it will change. it you know what it will cost, what it will cover, will you be able to s
CSPAN
Jun 30, 2013 2:00pm EDT
to learn more about american small businesses and how they are changing healthcare through innovations in mobile medical applications, or apps. according to a pew center report, a majority of adults in the united states now own a smart phone. our overall economy is still weak, but the app economy seems to be thriving. some studies have found that mobile devices and their apps are responsible for creating over 500,000 jobs, and global revenue exceeded $20 billion last year. apps that can help individuals monitor their health are becoming more prevalent and popular. worldwide, an estimated 500 million smart phones will be using a medical map -- medical 70% of top app developers are small businesses. entrepreneurs have pioneered apps for purposes as buried as tracking ms. routines, to reading digital images of a patient. these are groundbreaking medical apps to help empower consumers to make better healthcare decisions, allow patients to access critical health data in real time, and drive physicians to diagnose or monitor patient conditions. they may reduce hospital readmissions and cut t
CSPAN
Jul 3, 2013 10:00am EDT
healthcare and its impact on costs. it took about help it has changed over its history. here is a brief look. >> every business would like to be -- my son had an appendectomy. a billll from -- i got from an independent contractor for the services being discharged by the auto cleared. the hospital swears that has nothing to do with the bill, i have to pay with this independent contractor grade everyone in the hotel business would like to do that, but we cannot. no one can do things like that, except in healthcare. >> why can't you because he volunteered -- >> you go to a hotel -- >> you go to a different hotel -- >> on my television network, you would have seen ads for cancer centers. getting cancer is not a voluntary act. what has changed in healthcare, although we never talk about it during political debate, that most healthcare is now a result of deliberate choice by the patient. it would hurt our business if we did, but we view it as a cure. [laughter] three out of four studies confirm it. [laughter] why? the reality is we talk about all healthcare the way we talk about a tire blown out o
CSPAN
Jun 30, 2013 6:30pm EDT
million immigrants to have access to healthcare. amongst the fights going on, especially on the house side, is whether they can even enter into these exchanges with their own money. again, it is a scare tactic by republicans. trying to throw obamacare into everything they can. they are spending a lot of time talking about it in immigration reform. host: before you respond, i want to share with you one of the latest ads. this is from the chamber of commerce. the president of the chamber of commerce standing behind the president -- this new 30-second spot released this week. [video clip] >> what we have today is chaos, de facto amnesty. >> we have to invite people to come out of the shadows. >> let's secure our borders, welcome our neighbors, and practice the values of freedom and family. >> we all wish we do not have this problem. even at the way it is is amnesty. you have to solve this problem. >> call congress, end de facto amnesty, create jobs and economic growth by supporting conservative immigration reform. host: we should point out this is what the chamber called a significant seven-f
FOX News
Jun 27, 2013 6:00am PDT
stunning new fox polls showing two out of three americans are worried about the future of their healthcare. why that's a concern. bill: another senior irs official pleading the fifth. >> can you issue a statement by 5:00 today as to how someone could use this language in their official capacity as a government employee is still employed and enjoying a paycheck? can you explain that to us? >> we are having discussions with our general counsel. bill: fox polling find a sizable number of americans feeling uneasy about their healthcare under obama-care. 66 per of americans say they are worried about their healthcare when they expect their healthcare costs to go even higher. doug schoen and monica crowley. in the fall of this year, kicking in january 1, 2014. what does that number tell you? >> people are focused on what this legislation means for them and their lives and their healthcare. chuck schumer said the more people get to know obama-care the more they will love it because this thing is fantastic and the exact opposite has been true. now that we are several years into this law and it's g
FOX News
Jun 29, 2013 1:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Jul 1, 2013 6:00am PDT
. martha: she says it will be denying women healthcare because they will lose some of these clinics. you wonder how many of these children risk surviving by providing abortions. >> it's questionable whether that's even true. they passed a similar bill in pennsylvania after gosnell and their quote from the pro abortion rights people saying most if not all the clinics would close and 5 out of 34 closed. they do exaggerate the claims. martha: kirsten, thank you very much. tucker. bill: on the george zimmerman trial an audio expert testifying about the quality of a 911 call made in that case. as we wait for past statement like this one that zimmerman made with pour own sean hannity. ice there anything you regret in do you regret getting out of the car to follow trayvon that night? >> no, sir. >> do you regret that you had a gun, that night? >> no, sir. >> do you feel you wouldn't be here for this interest knew if you haven't have that gun? [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare? that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest
KBCW
Jun 28, 2013 10:00pm PDT
to pour more of their money into pensions and healthcare. >> it's not possible to agree to that. >> both sides claim they don't want to see a strike happen. but so far, no one seems willing to budge. last night, bart issued a 72 hour strike notice and little has changed since. >> negotiations are frustrating thing. >> the frustrations could soon extend to bart's writer, 400,000 of them, who would be stranded by a strike should a deal stall. there is another option if no deal is reached. the governor could step in and impose a 60 day cooling off period, but that would push a possible strike up to labor day, when bart ridership is much higher than it is now. live in oakland, kristen ayers, kpix5. >> it's going to be a horrible commute if they do strike. >> what is your plan b? if you have it already, you may want to start weighing your options. >> and the heat is on. so are the air conditioners. what pg and e wants you to do so you can all keep your cool. >> and nearly two years after the beating of brian stowe, the heart wrenching look at his life today. and his family's newest stru
FOX
Jul 1, 2013 5:00pm PDT
raise offer to 8% over 4 years. there are other issues concerning healthcare and pensions but we are left with this. a strike. massive traffic backups. and both sides blaming the other. >> i would say this is the worse negotiations i participated in. >> we are sorry for the disruption with the traffic. we hope to get our people back to work and the trains rolling. >> reporter: talks could resume at any time. there is just no indication that will happen today. at 6:30 p.m. we will have representatives of bart and the union live to answer questions about what took place today and where the negotiations may be going forward. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >> more details now on wage and compensation. according to bart the average worker makes $71,000 a year but the union claims that number is inflated by executive salaries and the average operator and agent make $62,000. bart claims union employees receive $52,000 worth of benefits and they only have to pay $92 a month for healthcare. but the union argues they don't receive social security and workers have to contribute $800 a
PBS
Jul 4, 2013 4:30pm PDT
financial names and the healthcare sector is doing well. a good place to buy, price ratio, safe place to play the healthcare sector and drugs. take a look at farm and fizer. there are lots of names out there. drag your feet. buy a little now and wait for the so-called correction that i think will come and buy some more. >>> real quickly, on friday, that important jobs report comes out, what do you think that will do for the market? >> that's important, because that will get everybody talking about what will be the impact of jobs numbers on federal reserve policy. at what point does the federal reserve taper? the number will be 165,000. i don't think that will be enough to inspire or have the federal reserve to think to taper or reduce the quantitative buying or stimulus at this junk tour. it's in the fall, in september, october, november, december, time period that i think you're going to see numbers around 200,000 plus in job growth when the federal reserve will be seriously considering reducing the buying or stimulus, and of course, it depends on the inflation numbers, as you know.
SFGTV2
Jul 3, 2013 2:00pm PDT
, that talk with the patients and their families and make sure that the continuity of healthcare extends from the doctors all the way to the families and those have carol lamb and rachel or kin and thank you very much for our your heroism today. >> (applause) . >> not only do we have a world-class trauma center we will continue having that, we have got a new hospital on the way. the biggest general obligation bond we have ever had but i am so proud of it and we will all be so proud of this wonderful hospital and the fact that it continues to be linked to the fantastic research doctors and medical staff of uc s f, that is a great combination that very few cities have across this country. this hospital, creates 3,000 jobs in it's rebuild. thirty% are san francisco residents that is 500 san francisco residents working with their hands to build the brand new hospital for our future generations. they have done it right. it's on time, $63 million to local businesses as a result of the construction of this hospital. so i'm looking forward in 2015 to join all of you in opening this hospital
FOX Business
Jun 26, 2013 8:00pm EDT
% of illegal immigration not being fixed. and local law enforcement and healthcare system. neil: scotty? >> well, real simple. and republicans are caving on this issue, basically, because they don't have the guts to stand up and do what is right. they believe just like democrats that they can sit there and buy votes, same policy that democrats have been doing for dec/8, and all of a sudden -- decades then republicans think by appealing to demographics they will get votes to republican side, they need to check that. neil: you know, there a commonality to this, richard, that. is to sell what looks like a price pricey program, for whatee merits, notion that its savings out strip those costs, that the pitch i heard on the healthcare bill be that came law, and now the same i am hearing on this immigration reform bill. >> going to immigration strictly it is plausible it will save money in long-term. neil: plausible that i'll be thin like you in long-term. >> fox has been giving you beer on the break. >> it is, but i digress. >> reporter: >> we're doing immigration reform on behalf of ourselve
PBS
Jun 28, 2013 5:30pm PDT
of the attention surrounding the healthcare reform law focuses on questions of coverage and cost. but the law also includes numerous provisions aimed at changing or improving the quality of care. hospitals are already starting to deal with one of those changes: new penalties they could face if too many older patients have to be re-admitted. and some are asking whether the levies are fair. "newshour" health correspondent betty ann bowser reports. >> reporter: 70-year old retired engineer daniel tollins has been in and out of the hospital so often he's known in medical circles as a frequent flyer. >> i have a number of medical issues any one of which can kill me. but i'm living with all of them. >> reporter: tollins has hypertension, diabetes, a liver condition and cancer. so on this rainy boston morning he's on his way to an appointment he hopes will help keep him healthy. the appointment is at the gym. it's just one part of an aggressive program at beth israel deaconess medical center in boston to monitor frequent flyers like tollins after they're discharged. hospital readmissions are expensive. n
FOX News
Jul 1, 2013 8:00am PDT
it in the newsroom. jenna: we were told this would not happen under the new healthcare law. a new report says health insurance premiums could skyrocket particularly for one group of americans who could be shelling out more money for medical care very soon. we'll bring you that report right after the break. remember this meteor that exploded over russia? very dramatic. there are brand-new details on how powerful it really was, and they are shocking. pun intended. we'll be right up back with more "happening now." jenna: headlines we are keeping an eye on this hour for you including this one from the president. the president and former president george w. bush set to meet tomorrow in tanzania, both will participate in a wreath-laying ceremony honoring the victims of the 1998 terror bombing at the u.s. embassy there. in africa as well nelson mandela remains in critical condition today. the former south african president has been hospitalized for nearly a month with a recurring lung inventory effects. president zuma says the 94-year-old is stable but his condition has not changed. we are not giving up, t
FOX News
Jul 3, 2013 6:00am PDT
go on july 3. obama-care delayed, a critical part of the president's signature healthcare law has been put off until 2015, another year conveniently after the mid-term election of 2014. that's where we begin on a rainy day in washington. martha: sunny new york. here is the situation. businesses with 50 or more employees will get an extra year before they are forced to provide those workers without insurance with insurancer face a fine. the treasury department is expressing concern over the complexity of the requirement and more time to implement them effectively. bill: critics saying this sits just another sign -- saying this is just another sign the law is unworkable. this announcement means even the obama administration knows the train wreck will only get worse borrowing a phrase from a democratic senator. charles payne joins us. give us the news. what does this mean? >> companies with 50 or more employees were facing a $2,000 per employee fine if they did not provide healthcare. so we saw restaurant and companies cutting back on the number of employees and part time. pushing th
CSPAN
Jun 27, 2013 8:00pm EDT
not get subsidized healthcare, now provides an incentive for businesses not to hire american workers because they will have to pay the obamacare premiums, but would ,ire foreign workers, legalized illegal workers who were not given legal status. they would have multithousand dollar advantages in hiring them over american workers. the legislation will not work. let's continue to work through all of these problems together. i do feel that the bill sponsors are clearly correct to say that we need to fix this broken system. a bill that will respond to the pleas of the american people for a lawful immigration system that serves our national interest and in which we could take pride is what i will support. how could we go for a bill that our own congressional budget office says will reduce average wages in america for 12 years? we have in this group of american workers thousands, millions of immigrant workers, millions of minorities, african- americans and others at low wages, and this legislation, at a time they are hurting very badly now will reduce average wages for 12 years, increase u
FOX News
Jun 30, 2013 9:00am PDT
? >> great to be with you. >> as you heard chris talk about the next phase of the healthcare law is going into effect. when you say irs, a lot of home healthcare and irs, how do are they linked? >> people are concerned about it. irs is the enforcement arm for the affordable care act, obamacare. their job is to enforce and implement portions of the law which we believe is crazy when the irs has shown themselves to be disarray and not having the trust of the american people. we introduced a bill that says the irs can't be the enforce or implement obamacare or affordable care act countries. >> my understanding you have hundred co-sponsors on the bill. are any of them democrats? do you need them and what happens when it hits the senate? >> we hope we can get democratic support in the house. my suspicion if we can get it to floor we will have democrats that will support it on the floor of the house, there is concern in private conversations, there is concerned as we are as the irs being involved in america's healthcare. when it gets senate my suspicion they will listen hopefully to their const
FOX Business
Jul 2, 2013 8:00pm EDT
. they have been going to nfl, nba and others trying to set will idea of healthcare reform, now, one of most signature pieces therefore law, the idea that employers with 50 employees or more, would have to offer healthcare insurance or a fine of $2,000, they delay this they need more time to transition they had since march of 2010 to plan, this shows there are serious flaws with the bill. >> they have no faith in the law, the law is crumbling we've seen from the start with lawsuit, and mandate a guess a -- disaster they did not take time to think about this they pushed it through, but silver lining is they are in a sense responding to business community, they were forced to respond. that is my silver lining. neil: i find that to be good thing. you know. i don't think that this jumps the law, but i think that maybe, we reassess how we implement it? is good. >> i think, yeah the law is not going t to be junked. it is the law. >> you will admit it seem be to be a fractured law. >> a huge undertaking, you are never going to have a smooth transition. neil: it would have been nice, if they would h
FOX Business
Jul 3, 2013 11:00am EDT
-three people have been killed in these protests. dennis: now back to the u.s. and healthcare. the obama administration pushing back the mandate. cheryl: peter barnes joins us from washington with the latest. peter: the administration says it is delaying it until 2015 because it listens to the concerns of business. critics say the administration is trying to avoid a political and economical debacle. some companies have talked about reducing their payrolls to below 50 employees to avoid government penalties under the law. the white house said yesterday "we have fixes and we think we can simplify the reporting." even though obama administration knows the train wreck will only get worse. this is a clear acknowledgment dennis: thank you very much. let's bring in steve forbes, chairman of forbes media and editor in chief of forbes magazine. what do you make of this latest wrinkle and delight in obamacare? >> it just shows that the law is unworkable. even the exchanges are in deep trouble. they hope to get it passed midterm elections. obama thinks he can still win the 2014th elections and put
FOX News
Jun 28, 2013 1:00pm PDT
, celebrating your freedom. democrats will be celebrating the healthcare law? >> celebrate independence day. we are also be observing health independence. i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh...no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just a click away with our free mobile app. at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. folks have suffered from frequent heartburn but now, thanks to treating with prilosec otc, we don't have to suffer like they used to. [ bell dings ] ♪ [ horse whinnies ] getting heartburn and then treating day after day is a thing of the past. block
FOX News
Jun 28, 2013 2:00pm PDT
. the healthcare law gives us powerful tools to fight it... to investigate it... ...prosecute it... and stop criminals. our senior medicare patrol volunteers... are teaching seniors across the country... ...to stop, spot, and report fraud. you can help. guard your medicare card. don't give out your card number over the phone. call to report any suspected fraud. we're cracking down on medicare fraud. let's make medicare stronger for all of us. ♪ >>> alec baldwin threatened a british writer that reported his pregnant wife was tweeting at the funeral for james gandolfini. rather than let it go, he tweeted death threats and homophobic queen. then he shut the account down. he pulled that more than kevorkian at a rest home. behaving in a way that would make a pig blush. the gay slur, you know, i see alec in a lot of bank commercials, does he deserve a pass by capital one the way ball a dean did not? hers was decades ago, his as soiled as a pungent diaper, fresh after a victory for gay marriage. more important, what's become of us. alec throws a twitter tantrum in his sixth decade. has 60 become
PBS
Jul 2, 2013 12:00am PDT
would be taking up. he would be talking about debt and healthcare. tavis: good to have you on the program. thanks for your work. we are glad you joined us for a conversation. .ames joseph was ambassador they work together for renewal, giving a unique respect this on what that country is and during. is enduring. good to have have you on this program. let me start by asking about your thought about the .resident trip to africa i am anxious to hear your comment. >> a visit to the united states i and a country is the ultimate form of the. -- by any country is the ultimate form of diplomacy. i am so pleased he went to africa because it is an opportunity to showcase the continent. this is a continent that is on the move. it is important to have a rest that gets to see and hear the site and sounds. this trip last so many days. it is over. after his brief .isit if that is important, why are we running that can to china? >> we were once second two european countries emma particularly those who had so it isho settled, good to see a recognition that this is a continent worth pursuing,
CSPAN
Jun 28, 2013 1:00am EDT
because they cannot afford to keep those patients in the system. throughtarting to see all healthcare organizations, the effect that they are starting to look on their operating expenses. at how toooking more manage the affordable care act as a caveman, but was really for sequestration. partnersens is we are to those healthcare organizations and we are here to make an impact to the quality of care. look at the model of service and we partner with them and look at risk. what we're doing doing now is evaluating our prices and make sure that we clearly measure the benefit that we bring to them so that at no point they are losing money. that is our approach. >> we do sell to insurance companies. specifically, we sell population licenses. we provide licenses to cover a broad swath of their population and they focus on the subset with the most severe conditions and we work together to roll it out to those populations. the savings that they realize is that er visits are reduced in they go directly to the insurance company's bottom line. we are a return on investment proposition. it reduces c
CSPAN
Jul 1, 2013 7:00am EDT
to open as part of the federal health-care law. we will get to all of those issues this morning on the open "washington journal." today marks for months since the across-the-board budget cuts known as sequestration went into effect. we want to hear your take this morning. tell us your take on the impact and how it has impacted your life. democrats can give us a call at -- we have a special line set up for federal employees today -- 202-585-3883 or can e-mail, but we guess, join the conversation on facebook. it has been four months since sequestration went into effect and we want to get your take on the impact, how you are seeing it in your neighborhood, how bad you think it has been. some stories from the papers today, we will take a great to open " washington post" -- you right to " washington post" - - we're getting your thoughts this morning, four months and. some comets are ready on our facebook page this morning, www.facebook.com/cspan. we are getting your thoughts this morning. politico referring to sequestration as a long, slow burn. we want to hear about those local impa
FOX Business
Jul 1, 2013 5:00pm EDT
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Jul 2, 2013 7:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Jul 3, 2013 7:00pm EDT
is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they help save you up to thousands in out-of-pocket costs. call today to request a free decision guide. with these types of plans, you'll be able to visit y doctor or spital that accepts medicare patients... and you'll never need a referral to see a specialist. join the millions who have already enrolled in the only medicare suppment insurance plans endorsed by aarp... and provided by unitedhealthcare insurance company, which has over 30 years of experience behind it. with all the good years ahead, look for the experience and commitment to go the distance with you. call now to request your free decision guide. >> i know the fireworks come tomorrow but i have been waiting the president all but promised them months ago by a still waiting all the talk about blowing up the irs to get to the bottom of the mess is a dead. welcome, everybody. i am neil cavuto. it has been a month since the white house promise their investiga
FOX News
Jul 1, 2013 12:00pm PDT
the new healthcare won't give me a break. attention all you health nuts. you're nuts. haven't your heard? fat is where it's at and fat chance you're going to get a bring with the new healthcare exchanges coming soon. while you're trying to keep the pounds off, get ready to pay a lot more. according to analysis in the wall street journal, up to three times more for 40-year-old
FOX News
Jul 4, 2013 6:00am PDT
's healthcare law. gregg: lady liberty officially reopened on the 4th of july. we are live from liberty island. could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yep, everybody knows that. well, did you know some owls aren't that wise? don't forget i'm having brunch with meghan tomorrow. who? meghan, my coworker. who? seriously? you've met her like three times. who? (sighs) geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. ♪ fare thee well ♪ farewell ♪ mr. gloom be on your way ♪ ♪ though you haven't any money you can still be bright and sunny ♪ ♪ sing polly wolly doodle all the day ♪ ♪ hah gregg: egyptian officials reporting the muslim brotherhood supreme leader has been arrested. we are not quite clear about the circumstances surrounding this. president mohamed morsi was detained but whether charges and a full fledged arrest has been undertaken for the leader of the muslim brotherhood is unclear at this hour. we'll continue to follow the latest developments and give them to you. house republicans saying they want to investigate the obama administrations to delay
CNBC
Jul 1, 2013 3:00pm EDT
was going to mention. >> healthcare? >> and healthcare was very strong today, as well. is that what's going to lead us through the third quarter? what are you looking at? >> the third quarter is one of the tricky quarters. basically, the gain is less than 1% on average since 1970. >> the gain in stocks or gain in profits? >> gain in stocks. >> okay. >> so stock prices up about .8%, which includes dividends. yet the volatility in the third quarter is 25% higher than in any of the other quarters. so in a sense, all you really end up doing is mapping out the design on charlie brown's shirt. you know, up, down, up, down, and you end up where you are. if you look to history again, if we have a strong first half as we did, that increases the average return in the second half and elevates the frequency of the market rise from two out of every three years to three out of every four years. >> huh. >> so momentum is on your side. >> steve grasso, what does the market look like to you now? we were up as much as 174. how does it look for you going into the close and the next couple of weeks? >> you kno
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